Regional distribution of United States foreign aid in 2004 is as follows (excluding funds for reconstruction in Iraq and Afghanistan, which totaled more in FY2004 than all other U.S. foreign aid programs combined): 38.4% to the Middle East, 18.3% to Africa, 17.3% to South Asia, 11.4% to Europe/Eurasia, 11.4% to Latin America, and 3.1% to East Asia.
Source: Curt Tamoff and Larry Nowells. Foreign Aid: An Introductory Overview of U.S. Programs and Policy. Congressional Research Service, The Library of Congress. CRS Report to Congress received through the CRS Web. Last updated April 15, 2004. Accessed November 10, 2004 at http://fpc.state.gov/documents/organization/31987.pdf